Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 18, 2020  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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California: “Judge Set to OK Bulk of San Francisco Political Ad Disclosure Rules” by Nicholas Iovino for Courthouse News Service

Texas: “Donate or Leave: Harris County constable accused of pressuring employees for political contributions” by Zach Despart for Houston Chronicle


California: “Gift SF Mayor Breed Received from Mohammed Nuru May Have Violated City Law” by Scott Shafer for KQED

Indiana: “Lawmaker Wants to Deregulate Wetlands. Her Family Once Was Cited for Bulldozing Them.” by Chris Sikich for Indianapolis Star

Maine: “Latest Resignation Leaves Maine Ethics Panel with Only 3 of 5 Seats Filled” by Scott Thistle for Portland Press Herald

New York: “NYC Councilman Andy King Faces New Allegations of Harassment and Misuse of Public Funds” by Anna Sanders for New York Daily News

West Virginia: “Death Threats and Illegal Voting: The war over a luxury resort in Harpers Ferry” by Peter Jamison (Washington Post) for MSN


Canada: “Stephen McNeil’s Meeting with Premier-Turned-Lobbyist Draws Fire” by Jean Laroche for CBC

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